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and honda posting double digit gains. gm and ford sales were mostly flat. >>> apple and samsung's bitter patent battle goes on. a temporary sales ban against the galaxy tab 10.1 which a jury recently found did not infringe on any apple patents has been lifted. meanwhile, samsung has now added the iphone 5 to its original filing against apple. >>> new sales figures show a recovery in the american beer budget. shipments are up for the first time since 2008 thanks to the popularity of craft brews. >>> watch out, mini cooper. "the wall street journal" reports nissan is bringing back the datsun in emerging economies. the bare bones version will go for as low as 3,000 bucks for a whole car. that's nice. >>> and finally, rome is cracking down on snacking. that's right. a new law banning eating near the city's historical sites carries a fine of up to $650. i would go broke there. >>> well, coming up, triple crown cabrera. the most famous second plate appearance in history. and manhu on a role. plus, one yankee plays hero twice in one night. your early morning sports headlines are straight ahead.
. they would not say how many cuts would come. samsung won permission to sell it's galaxy computer in the united states. banned under a verdict found samsung copied apple's tablet technology. and there are september car cars are up because loans are cheap and drivers have gone for years without replacing vehicles and there is uncertainty about the european economy sent the dow jones down today. the nasdaq went up slightly. s and p hit its highest mark in nearly five years. >> researchers launching a project that could save millions of pim wim from being infected from the aids virus this, delivery puts technology into the hands of women. it's estimated 3,000 women around the world are infected with hiv every day. and there is a majority in africa. and now, this team is developing a gel they believe will cut numbers dramatically. >> this is a two part gel that will be applied to the site will stick for such a long time and two drugs in our case one effective against hiv and other against hiv. >> idea to protect women from hiv and hsv, 2, a form of again tall herpes. she says the gel
have nsc technology like the samsung galley and be loaded with the program designed to rip off transit agencies. my smart phone doesn't have that. if it did, i would take my limited yous card, touch it to the phone, and it would reload additional rides on the car for free. then i could walk right through the toll gates and ride for free. the transportation commission has known about this problem for more than a year. so far, few riders if any have taken advantage of the flaw. >> there are thousands of limited use ticketing used every day, and over the course of the past six month, we've seen possibly one instance of abuse. >> reporter: in that one instance, it was on the golden gate ferry. >> if we detect there is abuse to the system, we'll make adjustments. >> reporter: the options include discontinuing the limited use cards, which is unlikely. more likely would be prohibiting them from being reloaded, or allowing each card to be used for a limited period of time. >>> highs today were close to yesterday. we didn't see a whole lot of change, but that's going to change into tomorrow mo
battle in the patent war between samsu -- samsung and apple. the south korean tech company filed its own infringement against apple iphone 5. the two companies have a history of lawsuits targeting each other. just last month samsung was ordered to pay apple on another infringement case. >>> the dow dropped 32 point, the nasdaq gained six. one analyst said he doesn't expect any big knews until the monthly unemployment figures are released on friday. >>> now to the race for the white house, president obama and mitt romney are said to face off tomorrow night in the first of three presidential debates. crews put the finishing touches at the stage today of the university of denver. at the eve of a debate, a wall street journal poll shows the president keeping his gain but romney is close by. the moderator is jim lehrer host of news hour. president obama and governor romney will have two minutes for their answers. >>> and at 10:30 tonight, how the two candidates are getting ready. one visited the site of an engineering marvel he had never seen before. >>> five men were gunned down in four sep
be more sustainable. >> samsung has filed a motion with the u.s. court at apple's iphone 5 to their ongoing patent battle. they filed a motion yesterday with a california court alleging apples iphone 5 and fringes on eight of its patents. samsung release a statement saying " we have always preferred to compete with the marketplace with our innovative praguproducts instead of an the court room. the company went on to say it little choice now but to take the steps necessary to can't protect our innovations and intellectual property rights. apple is confirming there is a bug that is causing some of their phones to consume major amounts of cellular data. it is happening even when the phones are hitched up with y 5. apple has not commented on how widespread the problem is that it did issue a software update over the weekend that should fix the issue. this should help rise in and possibly at&t users as well. >> a great deal here from christie fields, it look at how come the bay says. let's just shows you the warm air is in place. and the diablo wins are not kicking in. hot temper
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from that. because right now people are saying, let me get into that samsung line. it's the greatest -- >> and then a difficult story to read, nokia apparently considering selling their 55,000 square foot headquarters in finland, burning the furniture. i don't know if they have reached that point or not. >> it does feel like a citizen cain situation burning there. i don't understand. nokia is literally -- it's like someone called me on "mad money" and said, nok means no. not okay. not okay to buy. i mean, people keep wanting to come in and say, listen, this is the bottom of nokia. one of the major things i learned while working in my hedge fund is that stocks do stop at zero so you may get lucky here. >>> when we come back, he's known for his winning bet at subprime. what is kyle bass betting now? especially about japan? and we'll talk to david faber at the barefoot economic summit in texas. then -- >> cuff links, gold ones. >> not on our watch. >> lifelock kicking off a big week for ipos. we'll bring you the opening trade and talk to the ceo about his company's wall street debut. >>
%. but will next year's blackberry 10 help stop the loss of market share to companies like apple and samsung, thorsten heins will join us first on cnbc. >>> the fight for the swing states. senator rand paul hoping to bring libertarian and tea party voters into the romney camp. we'll ask him about his message to voters in battleground states just north of his like ohio. >>> and it's the final trading day of the third quarter. find out what's making you money and what's dragging your portfolio down in our sector spotlight. >>> the third hour of "squawk box" starts right now. ♪ what does that mean nothing going to break my stride nobody going to slow me down ♪ ♪ oh no i got to keep on moving ♪ >> welcome back. i don't know. welcome back to "squawk box" here on cnbc first in business worldwide, i'm joe kernen along with becky quick and andrew ross sorkin, and our guest host is bethany mclean, author "the smartest guy in the room" the account of record on the fall of enron and she's a cnbc contributor and -- >> and also her doubles are here, her most recent book. >> we had seamus on last
. pet owners, take note. >> large-screen tv. >> 55-inch samsung, a great picture and great high-end features like the ability to control it with hand movements and gestures. >> oh, really. >> super. >> 3-d glasses, too. >> and 3-d glasses. >> let's move over here, talking about e-readers here, so this is the ipad. >> this is the tablet. >> and some other ones. >> the ipad 3. got the best display we've seen on the tablet. really super great, surprisingly long battery life, but a little less expensive is the nexus, the nexus, the google nexus 7. also some great features, really durable screen, and surprisingly lightweight. >> and this from barnes & noble, right, the nook. >> only $100. >> and it's one of the best e-readers we've tested. really great display, really easy to use, fast page turners, if you've got a page turner. >> let's talk cameras here. advanced camera, advanced nikon. >> slr camera. >> popular with shutterbugs as well. >> a lot of great feefs, takes really great pictures and really good video, but it's surprisingly lightweight and could be great for travel. >> thi
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